Johns Hopkins University has released its Regular Decision notifications. In all, 1,922 students earned Regular Decision admission to Johns Hopkins’ Class of 2024. These 1,922 admits — not all of whom will choose to matriculate of course — join the 682 students who previously earned admission to JHU’s incoming class in the Early Decision round and who made binding commitments to matriculate.
Breakdown of Johns Hopkins’ Class of 2024 Admits
As Johns Hopkins reports in a press release about their admitted students for The Hub, “The Hopkins Class of 2024 comes from 49 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 41 other countries, including most prominently China, Canada, South Korea, and India. The Class of 2024 have already demonstrated exceptional academic and personal excellence. Among those offered admission is the CEO of a nonprofit that has raised over $30,000 in scholarship funding to support and empower female aspiring scientists; the cofounder of a magazine for budding high school journalists; a scholar whose research focuses on the ideological strategies used by ISIS to recruit women, and whose findings were shared at a United Nations conference; and the inventor of QuitPuff, a simple test to assess early risk of oral and pre-oral cancer, which won a third grand prize biochemistry award at the International Science and Engineering Fair.”
We Love It When Our Students Get Called Out in Press Releases About Admitted Applicants
We absolutely love it when colleges like Johns Hopkins cite specifics about students who earned admission to their incoming classes rather than merely include dry statistics about the breakdown by gender, race, socio-economic status, etc. And we especially love it when our Ivy Coach students get called out in these press releases! At Ivy Coach, short of helping certain members of the military on a pro bono basis with their cases for admission to elite schools, it is perhaps our biggest point of pride (handwritten notes from admissions officers with offers of admission to our students follow closely behind!).
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